Kibria Lab received the University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grant (SoTL).
Since 2014, the University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grants have awarded over $4 million in funding to 223 projects to support the implementation, critical examination and dissemination of evidence-based approaches to student learning. Funded by the Provost’s Office and supported by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, the grants seek to enhance student learning experiences across campus. This year, approximately $640,000 was provided to a total of 36 projects.
“Teaching excellence is at the heart of a rich learning experience for students, a commitment that the University of Calgary continues to work toward every day,” says Dr. Dru Marshall, provost, and vice-president (academic). “I am pleased to extend congratulations to the recipients of this year’s Teaching and Learning Grants, and look forward to seeing how these innovative projects will develop enhanced approaches to educating our students.
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